We are Recruiting !

We have a vacancy for a Community Development Manager. 

Funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund.

The purpose of this role is: to enable more children and young people affected by domestic abuse to be supported earlier and better by improving:

●             the wider community’s ability to provide support

●             Haven’s capacity to provide support through a variety of volunteer roles

Job title: Community Development Manager

Salary: £30,000 (pro rata)

Hours per week: 30

Closing Date: 10.00am Monday, 4th December 2017 (applications either on paper or by email must be received by this time)

Please email admin@havenorg.uk for an application pack.


John Lewis, Community Matters

John Lewis Sheffield have launched their latest round of Community Matters featuring Haven as one of their charities.

Shoppers will be given a green token to vote for one of three charities, the charity recieving the most votes will be donated the largest share of £3000.

The money donated will support our work with Children & Young people. So, next time you pop into John Lewis, you can get a token and vote for us!

Big Lottery Invest in Sheffield to Improve the Lives of Women and Girls

Women and girls are at the heart of more than 60 projects across England which will support them to regain control of their lives, including 3 life changing projects working out of Sheffield.

Funding is focused on not only providing help for women of all ages faced with extremely difficult situations such as violence and abuse, stalking and sexual exploitation, but also in mentoring and connecting young girls with role models.

In Sheffield, one grant of £750,000 over 4 years has been awarded to a new voluntary sector partnership. They plan to address the shortage of longer term therapeutic services to enable women and girls to recover and move on with their lives after experiences of abuse. Their Recovery & Empowerment Partnership brings together 4 women’s organisations: VIDA Sheffield, Ashiana, Haven and YWHP – Sexual Abuse Support Service, along with Chilypep, a young people’s participation project.

We look forward to working together to help more people across Sheffield.